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Hoke . Se-j his to Ten Killed In Collision Of Boats Near Southport Beaufort. Nov. 20.--LrP)--Recov- ery of seven more bodies from wreck of the fishing boat Southland yesterday brought to eight the number extricated from the craft, resting on the bottom- of inland waterway six miles north of here. One body was recovered Saturday. Meanwhile coast guardsmen from the.Fort Macon, Core and Cape Lookout stations and the crew of the coast guard Pamlico continued to drag Â· the waterway for the bodies of two other men--E. J. and Charley Fulcher, white, of Stacy. The bodies recovered: N. R. Hewitt. 'Robert Lee, Joe Eagles, Southport, Henry Clarridy of Bolivia, Julius Tootle of Morehead City. James Yarborough of New Bern, and Jim Johnson and Wilson, both of Mayport. Fla., negroes.